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Developmental Psychology - 12 Language Development Theories Nativism Modules of the Brain Critical Period Fast mapping (Whole Object Constraint & Mutual Exclusivity Bias) Phonemes Interactionism Communication before language (Pointing & Protoconversations) Conversational Turn-Taking Social Class, Parent Talk, & Child Word Learning Words for Counting
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Unformatted text preview: Adults Talking to Children (Recasting, “Motherese,” Speech Segmentation) Information Processing Speech Segmentation Connectionist Models and the Brain Rule Learning to Learn Language Over-Regularization Roger Brown & Sib Jean Berko & Wug Test Language and Piagetian Thinking Comparing Language Development Theories...
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